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Tag Archives: sun
Still working on Monolith, there is now a silk sun in the sky. The silk is part of an old hand-painted scarf which has made several suns since it retired as a garment. I like to think that cloth is happy … Continue reading
When I was very young I used to amuse myself by imagining that dawn was an artist who painted the sky a different colour each morning. Some days she mixed her paints too wet and the excess water would drip … Continue reading
May your sun shine brightly on this longest day
A cloth filled with sun, for the summer solstice this weekend: The sun rays are layered between gold mesh and very sheer chiffon, with the disc of the sun on the surface. Originally, I wanted to make it a ‘storybook’ sun, with a face, … Continue reading
More exploration with the trees sketches: This is about 8″ x 6″; layered fabrics on a cotton canvas backing, and heavily stitched. An interesting exercise. The result is very literal, which is what I intended. On the painting, the tree extends … Continue reading